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2020

Calastri C. 2020. Travel, social networks and time use. In: Mapping the Travel Behavior Genome.
Amaris G, Dawson R, Gironás J, Hess S, Ortúzar JDD. 2020. Understanding the preferences for different types of urban greywater uses and the impact of qualitative attributes. Water Research. 116007-116007 184
Bergantino AS, Capurso M, Hess S. 2020. Modelling regional accessibility to airports using discrete choice models: An application to a system of regional airports. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice. 855-871 132
Bogacz M, Hess S, Calastri C, Choudhury CF, Erath A, Van Eggermond MAB, Mushtaq F, Nazemi M, Awais M. 2020. Comparison of Cycling Behavior between Keyboard-Controlled and Instrumented Bicycle Experiments in Virtual Reality. Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board.
Bogacz M, Hess S, Choudhury C, Calastri C, Mushtaq F, Nazemi M, Van Eggermond M, Erath A. 2020. Cycling in virtual reality: modelling behaviour in an immersive environment. Transportation Letters.
Bwamable A, Choudhury CF, Hess S, Iqbal MS. 2020. Getting the best of both worlds: a framework for combining disaggregate travel survey data and aggregate mobile phone data for trip generation modelling. Transportation.
Calastri C, Crastes Dit Sourd R, Hess S. 2020. We want it all: experiences from a survey seeking to capture social network structures, lifetime events and short-term travel and activity planning. Transportation. 175-201 47.1
Calastri C, Hess S, Palma Araneda D, Crastes dit Sourd R. 2020. Capturing relationship strength: a choice model for leisure time, frequency of interaction and ranking in name generators. Travel Behaviour and Society. 290-299 20
Calastri C, Hess S, Pinjari AR, Daly A. 2020. Accommodating correlation across days in multiple discrete-continuous models for time use. Transportmetrica B: Transport Dynamics. 108-128 8.1
Dallimer M, Martin-Ortega J, Rendon O, Afionis S, Bark R, Gordon IJ, Paavola J. 2020. Taking stock of the empirical evidence on the insurance value of ecosystems. Ecological Economics. 167
Daly A, Hess S. 2020. VTT or VTTS: a note on terminology for value of travel time work. Transportation. 1359-1364 47.3
Giannichi ML, Gavish Y, Baker TR, Dallimer M, Ziv G. 2020. Scale dependency of conservation outcomes in a forest‐offsetting scheme. Conservation Biology. 148-157 34.1
Guenat S, Dougill AJ, Dallimer M. 2020. Social network analysis reveals a lack of support for greenspace conservation. Landscape and Urban Planning. 204
Guevara CA, Tirachini A, Hurtubia R, Dekker T. 2020. Correcting for endogeneity due to omitted crowding in public transport choice using the Multiple Indicator Solution (MIS) method. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice. 472-484 137
Hancock TO, Broekaert J, Hess S, Choudhury CF. 2020. Quantum probability: A new method for modelling travel behaviour. Transportation Research Part B: Methodological. 165-198 139
Hancock TO, Broekaert J, Hess S, Choudhury CF. 2020. Quantum choice models: A flexible new approach for understanding moral decision-making. Journal of Choice Modelling. 37
Hancock TO, Hess S, Daly A, Fox J. 2020. Using a sequential latent class approach for model averaging: Benefits in forecasting and behavioural insights. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice. 429-454 139
Haque M, Choudhury C, Hess S. 2020. Understanding differences in residential location preferences between ownership and renting: a case study of London. Journal of Transport Geography.
Hess S, Choudhury CF, Bliemer MCJ, Hibberd D. 2020. Modelling lane changing behaviour in approaches to roadworks: Contrasting and combining driving simulator data with stated choice data. Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies. 282-294 112
Hess S, Daly A, Börjesson M. 2020. A critical appraisal of the use of simple time-money trade-offs for appraisal value of travel time measures. Transportation. 1541-1570 47
Konstantinus A, Zuidgeest M, Hess S, De Jong G. 2020. Assessing inter-urban freight mode choice preference for short-sea shipping in the Southern African Development Community region. Journal of Transport Geography. 88
Kusuma A, Liu R, Choudhury C. 2020. Modelling lane-changing mechanisms on motorway weaving sections. Transportmetrica B: Transport Dynamics. 1-21 8.1
Lu H, Yan Y, Zhu J, Jin T, Liu G, Wu G, Stringer LC, Dallimer M. 2020. Spatiotemporal Water Yield Variations and Influencing Factors in the Lhasa River Basin, Tibetan Plateau. Water. 12.5
Paschalidis E, Choudhury CF, Hess S. 2020. From driving simulator experiments to field traffic application: Improving the transferability of car-following models. Journal of Transportation Engineering, Part A: Systems.
Reed MS, Ferre M, Martin-Ortega J, Blanche R, Lawford-Rolfe R, Dallimer M, Holden J. 2020. Evaluating impact from research: a methodological framework. Research Policy.
Roddis P, Roelich K, Tran K, Carver S, Dallimer M, Ziv G. 2020. What shapes community acceptance of large-scale solar farms? A case study of the UK's first ‘nationally significant’ solar farm. Solar Energy. 235-244 209
Sabyrbekov R, Dallimer M, Navrud S. 2020. Nature affinity and willingness to pay for urban green spaces in a developing country. Landscape and Urban Planning. 194
Song F, Hess S, Dekker T. 2020. A joint model for stated choice and best-worst scaling data using latent attribute importance: application to rail-air intermodality. Transportmetrica A: Transport Science.
Tang T, Liu R, Choudhury C. 2020. Incorporating weather conditions and travel history in estimating the alighting bus stops from smart card data. Sustainable Cities and Society. 53
Wang Y, Wang Y, Choudhury C. 2020. Modelling heterogeneity in behavioral response to peak-avoidance policy utilizing naturalistic data of Beijing subway travelers. Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour. 92-106 73

2019

Ben-Akiva M, Choudhury C, Toledo T. 2019. Integrated Lane-Changing Models. In: Transport Simulation.
Calastri C. 2019. Travel, social networks and time use: modeling complex real-life behavior. In: Goulias KG; Davis AW (eds.) Mapping the Travel Behavior Genome. 1.
Davies ZG, Dallimer M, Fisher JC, Fuller RA. 2019. Biodiversity and Health: Implications for Conservation. In: Marselle MR; Stadler J; Korn H; Irvine KN; Bonn A (eds.) Biodiversity and Health in the Face of Climate Change.
Marselle MR, Martens D, Dallimer M, Irvine KN. 2019. Review of the Mental Health and Well-being Benefits of Biodiversity. In: Marselle MR; Stadler J; Korn H; Irvine KN; Bonn A (eds.) Biodiversity and Health in the Face of Climate Change.
Bastarianto FF, Irawan MZ, Choudhury C, Palma D, Muthohar I. 2019. A Tour-Based Mode Choice Model for Commuters in Indonesia. Sustainability. 11.3
Batley R, Bates J, Bliemer M, Börjesson M, Bourdon J, Cabral MO, Chintakayala PK, Choudhury C, Daly A, Dekker T, Drivyla E, Fowkes T, Hess S, Heywood C, Johnson D, Laird J, Mackie P, Parkin J, Sanders S, Sheldon R, Wardman M, Worsley T. 2019. New appraisal values of travel time saving and reliability in Great Britain. Transportation. 583-621 46.3
Batley R, Dekker T. 2019. The Intuition Behind Income Effects of Price Changes in Discrete Choice Models, and a Simple Method for Measuring the Compensating Variation. Environmental and Resource Economics. 337-366 74.1
Bergantino AS, Capurso M, Dekker T, Hess S. 2019. Allowing for Heterogeneity in the Consideration of Airport Access Modes: The Case of Bari Airport. Transportation Research Record. 50-61 2673.8
Buckell J, Hess S. 2019. Stubbing out hypothetical bias: improving tobacco market predictions by combining stated and revealed preference data. Journal of Health Economics. 93-102 65
Bwambale A, Choudhury C, Hess S. 2019. Modelling long-distance route choice using mobile phone call detail record data: A case study of Senegal. Transportmetrica A: Transport Science. 1543-1568 15.2
Bwambale A, Choudhury C, Sanko N. 2019. Car Trip Generation Models in the Developing World: Data Issues and Spatial Transferability. Transportation in Developing Economies. 5.10
Bwambale A, Choudhury CF, Hess S. 2019. Modelling trip generation using mobile phone data: A latent demographics approach. Journal of Transport Geography. 276-286 76
Bwambale A, Choudhury CF, Hess S. 2019. Modelling departure time choice using mobile phone data. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice. 424-439 130
Calastri C, Borghesi S, Fagiolo G. 2019. How do people choose their commuting mode? An evolutionary approach to travel choices. Economia Politica. 887-912 36.3
Calastri C, Hess S, Choudhury C, Daly A, Gabrielli L. 2019. Mode choice with latent availability and consideration: Theory and a case study. Transportation Research Part B: Methodological. 374-385 123
Capurso M, Hess S, Dekker T. 2019. Modelling the role of consideration of alternatives in mode choice: An application on the Rome-Milan corridor. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice. 170-184 129
Dada M, Zuidgeest M, Hess S. 2019. Modelling pedestrian crossing choice on Cape Town's freeways: Caught between a rock and a hard place?. Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour. 245-261 60
Eluru N, Choudhury CF. 2019. Impact of shared and autonomous vehicles on travel behavior. Transportation. 1971-1974 46.6
Flavia A, Choudhury C. 2019. Temporal Transferability of Vehicle Ownership Models in the Developing World: a Case Study of Dhaka, Bangladesh. Transportation Research Record. 722-732 2673.3
Guenat S, Dougill AJ, Kunin WE, Dallimer M. 2019. Untangling the motivations of different stakeholders for urban greenspace conservation in sub-Saharan Africa. Ecosystem Services. 36
Guenat S, Kunin W, Dougill A, Dallimer M. 2019. Effects of urbanisation and management practices on pollinators in tropical Africa. Journal of Applied Ecology. 214-224 56.1
Guevara CA, Hess S. 2019. A control-function approach to correct for endogeneity in discrete choice models estimated on SP-off-RP data and contrasts with an earlier FIML approach by Train & Wilson. Transportation Research Part B: Methodological. 224-239 123
Haque MB, Choudhury C, Hess S, Crastes dit Sourd R. 2019. Modelling residential mobility decision and its impact on car ownership and travel mode. Travel Behaviour and Society. 104-119 17
Haque MB, Choudhury CF, Hess S. 2019. Modelling residential location choices with implicit availability of alternatives. Journal of Transport and Land Use. 597-618 12.1
Hess S, Palma D. 2019. Apollo: A flexible, powerful and customisable freeware package for choice model estimation and application. Journal of Choice Modelling. 32
Jensen AF, Thorhauge M, De Jong G, Rich J, Dekker T, Johnson D, Ojeda Cabral M, Bates J, Nielsen OA. 2019. A disaggregate freight transport chain choice model for Europe. Transportation Research Part E: Logistics and Transportation Review. 43-62 121
Martin-Ortega J, Dekker T, Ojea E, Lorenzo-Arribas A. 2019. Dissecting price setting efficiency in Payments for Ecosystem Services: a meta-analysis of payments for watershed services in Latin America. Ecosystem Services. 38
Maund PR, Irvine KN, Reeves J, Strong E, Cromie R, Dallimer M, Davies ZG. 2019. Wetlands for Wellbeing: Piloting a Nature-Based Health Intervention for the Management of Anxiety and Depression. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. 16.22
Mouter N, Ojeda-Cabral M, Dekker T, van Cranenburgh S. 2019. The value of travel time, noise pollution, recreation and biodiversity: A social choice valuation perspective. Research in Transportation Economics. 76
Olstam J, Bernhardsson V, Choudhury C, Klunder G, Wilmink I, van Noort M. 2019. Modelling Eco-Driving Support System for Microscopic Traffic Simulation. Journal of Advanced Transportation. 2019
Paschalidis E, Choudhury CF, Hess S. 2019. Combining driving simulator and physiological sensor data in a latent variable model to incorporate the effect of stress in car-following behaviour. Analytic Methods in Accident Research. 22
Pringle S, Chiweshe N, Steward PR, Mundy PJ, Dallimer M. 2019. Rapid redistribution of agricultural land alters avian richness, abundance, and functional diversity. Ecology and Evolution. 12259-12271 9.21
Roddis P, Carver S, Dallimer M, Ziv G. 2019. Accounting for taste? Analysing diverging public support for energy sources in Great Britain. Energy Research and Social Science. 56
Sivakumar A, Hess S. 2019. New and emerging methods for the improved modelling of travel behaviour: Transportation Research Part B: Special issue of papers from the IATBR 2015 conference. Transportation Research Part B: Methodological. 347-348 123
Webb EJD, Lynch Y, Meads D, Judge S, Randall N, Goldbart J, Meredith S, Moulam L, Hess S, Murray J. 2019. Finding the best fit: examining the decision-making of augmentative and alternative communication professionals in the UK using a discrete choice experiment. BMJ Open. 9
Webb EJD, Meads D, Lynch Y, Randall N, Judge S, Goldbart J, Meredith S, Moulam L, Hess S, Murray J. 2019. What’s important in AAC decision making for children? Evidence from a best–worst scaling survey. Augmentative and Alternative Communication. 80-94 35.2
White RL, Strubbe D, Dallimer M, Davies ZG, Davis AJS, Edelaar P, Groombridge J, Jackson HA, Menchetti M, Mori E, Nikolov BP, Pârâu LG, Pečnikar ŽF, Pett TJ, Reino L, Tollington S, Turbé A, Shwartz A. 2019. Assessing the ecological and societal impacts of alien parrots in Europe using a transparent and inclusive evidence-mapping scheme. NeoBiota. 45-69 48
Zannat KE, Choudhury CF. 2019. Emerging Big Data Sources for Public Transport Planning: A Systematic Review on Current State of Art and Future Research Directions. Journal of the Indian Institute of Science. 601-619 99.4
Manca F, Sivakumar A, Hess S. 2019. Travel demand modelling, data collection and well-being. Transportation.

2018

Calastri C, Hess S, Daly A, Carrasco JA, Choudhury C. 2018. Modelling the loss and retention of contacts in social networks: The role of dyad-level heterogeneity and tie strength. Journal of Choice Modelling. 63-77 29
Cao Y, Dallimer M, Stringer LC, Bai Z, Siu YL. 2018. Land expropriation compensation among multiple stakeholders in a mining area: explaining “skeleton house” compensation. Land Use Policy Robinson G (eds.). 97-110 74
Choudhury CF, Yang L, De Abreu e Silva J, Ben-Akiva M. 2018. Modelling Preferences for Smart Modes and Services: A Case Study in Lisbon. Transportation Research, Part A: Policy and Practice. 15-31 115
Dallimer M, Stringer LC. 2018. Informing investments in land degradation neutrality efforts: A triage approach to decision making. Environmental Science & Policy. 198-205 89
Dallimer M, Stringer LC, Orchard SE, Osano P, Njoroge G, Wen C, Gicheru P. 2018. Who uses sustainable land management practices and what are the costs and benefits? Insights from Kenya. Land Degradation and Development. 2822-2835 29.9
Dekker T, Chorus CG. 2018. Consumer surplus for random regret minimisation models. Journal of Environmental Economics and Policy. 269-286 7.3
du Toit MJ, Cilliers SS, Dallimer M, Goddard M, Guenat S, Cornelius SF. 2018. Urban green infrastructure and ecosystem services in sub-Saharan Africa. Landscape and Urban Planning. 249-261 180
Ferguson M, Roberts HE, McEachan RC, Dallimer M. 2018. Contrasting Distributions of Urban Green Infrastructure across Social and Ethno-racial Groups. Landscape and Urban Planning. 136-148 175
Giannichi ML, Dallimer M, Baker TR, Mitchell G, Bernasconi P, Ziv G. 2018. Divergent Landowners' Expectations May Hinder the Uptake of a Forest Certificate Trading Scheme. Conservation Letters. 11.3
Hancock TO, Hess S, Choudhury CF. 2018. Decision field theory: Improvements to current methodology and comparisons with standard choice modelling techniques. Transportation Research Part B: Methodological. 18-40 107.January 2018
Hess S, Daly A, Batley R. 2018. Revisiting consistency with random utility maximisation: theory and implications for practical work. Theory and Decision. 181-204 84.2
Hess S, Spitz G, Bradley M, Coogan M. 2018. Analysis of mode choice for intercity travel: Application of a hybrid choice model to two distinct US corridors. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice. 547-567 116
Ibraimovic T, Hess S. 2018. A latent class model of residential choice behaviour and ethnic segregation preferences. Housing Studies. 544-564 33.4
Kusuma A, Liu R, Choudhury C. 2018. Car Following Model on Motorway Weaving Sections. Journal of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies. 2408-2427 12
Ojeda-Cabral M, Hess S, Batley R. 2018. Understanding valuation of travel time changes: are preferences different under different stated choice design settings?. Transportation. 1-21 45.1
Okpara UT, Stringer LC, Akhtar-Schuster M, Metternicht GI, Dallimer M, Requier-Desjardins M. 2018. A social-ecological systems approach is necessary to achieve land degradation neutrality. Environmental Science and Policy. 59-66 89
Palma D, Ortúzar JDD, Rizzi LI, Casaubon G. 2018. Modelling consumers' heterogeneous preferences: a case study with Chilean wine consumers. Australian Journal of Grape and Wine Research. 51-61 24.1
Paschalidis E, Choudhury CF, Hess S. 2018. Modelling the effects of stress on gap-acceptance decisions combining data from driving simulator and physiological sensors. Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour. 418-435 59.Part A
Roddis P, Carver S, Dallimer M, Norman P, Ziv G. 2018. The role of community acceptance in planning outcomes for onshore wind and solar farms: An energy justice analysis. Applied Energy. 353-364 226
Song F, Hess S, Dekker T. 2018. Accounting for the impact of variety-seeking: Theory and application to HSR-air intermodality in China. Journal of Air Transport Management. 99-111 69
Stringer LC, Quinn CH, Le HTV, Msuya F, Pezzuti J, Dallimer M, Afionis S, Berman R, Orchard SE, Rijal M. 2018. A new framework to enable equitable outcomes: resilience and nexus approaches combined. Earth's Future. 902-918 6.6
Tjiong J, Hess S, Dekker T, Ojeda Cabral M. 2018. Impact of travel time constraints on taste heterogeneity and non-linearity in simple time-cost trade-offs. Transportation Research Record. 135-145 2672.49
van Cranenburgh S, Dekker T. 2018. Editorial: Special issue of the 5th Symposium of the European Association of Research in Transportation. European Journal of Transport and Infrastructure Research. 1-3 18.1
Wen C, Dallimer M, Carver S, Ziv G. 2018. Valuing the visual impact of wind farms: A calculus method for synthesizing choice experiments studies. Science of the Total Environment. 58-68 637-8
Wood E, Harsant A, Dallimer M, Cronin de Chavez A, McEachan R, Hassall C. 2018. Not all green space is created equal: biodiversity predicts psychological restorative benefits from urban green space. Frontiers in Psychology Brymer E (eds.). 9

2017

Beck MJ, Hess S, Ojeda Cabral M, Dubernet I. 2017. Valuing travel time changes: a case of short-term or long-term choices?. Transportation Research Part E: Logistics and Transportation Review. 133-143 100
Calastri C, Hess S, Daly A, Carrasco JA. 2017. Does the social context help with understanding and predicting the choice of activity type and duration? An application of the Multiple Discrete-Continuous Nested Extreme Value model to activity diary data. Transportation Research, Part A: Policy and Practice. 1-20 104
Calastri C, Hess S, Daly A, Maness M, Kowald M, Axhausen K. 2017. Modelling contact mode and frequency of interactions with social network members using the multiple discrete–continuous extreme value model. Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies. 16-34 76
Calastri C, Hess S, Sivakumar A. 2017. Editorial: Triggers of behavioural change in an evolving world. European Journal of Transport and Infrastructure Research. 304-305 17.3
Giergiczny M, Dekker T, Hess S, Chintakayala P. 2017. Testing the stability of utility parameters in repeated best, repeated best-worst and one-off best-worst studies. European Journal of Transport and Infrastructure Research. 457-476 17.4
Hess S, Börjesson M. 2017. Understanding attitudes towards congestion pricing: a latent variable investigation with data from four cities. Transportation Letters. 63-77 11.2
Hess S, Daly A, Dekker T, Ojeda Cabral M, Batley R. 2017. A framework for capturing heterogeneity, heteroskedasticity, non-linearity, reference dependence and design artefacts in value of time research. Transportation Research Part B: Methodological. 126-149 96
Hess S, Murphy P, Le H, Leong WY. 2017. Estimation of New Monetary Valuations of Travel Time, Quality of Travel, and Safety for Singapore. Transportation Research Record. 79-90 2664
Hess S, Train K. 2017. Correlation and scale in mixed logit models. Journal of Choice Modelling. 1-8 23
Hudson LN, Newbold T, Contu S, Hill SLL, Lysenko I, De Palma A, Phillips HRP, Alhusseini TI, Bedford FE, Bennett DJ, Booth H, Burton VJ, Chng CWT, Choimes A, Correia DLP, Day J, Echeverría-Londoño S, Emerson SR, Gao D, Garon M, Harrison MLK, Ingram DJ, Jung M, Kemp V, Kirkpatrick L, Martin CD, Pan Y, Pask-Hale GD, Pynegar EL, Robinson AN, Sanchez-Ortiz K, Senior RA, Simmons BI, White HJ, Zhang H, Aben J, Abrahamczyk S, Adum GB, Aguilar-Barquero V, Aizen MA, Albertos B, Alcala EL, del Mar Alguacil M, Alignier A, Ancrenaz M, Andersen AN, Arbeláez-Cortés E, Armbrecht I, Arroyo-Rodríguez V, Aumann T, Axmacher JC, Azhar B, Azpiroz AB, Baeten L, Bakayoko A, Báldi A, Banks JE, Baral SK, Barlow J, Barratt BIP, Barrico L, Bartolommei P, Barton DM, Basset Y, Batáry P, Bates AJ, Baur B, Bayne EM, Beja P, Benedick S, Berg Å, Bernard H, Berry NJ, Bhatt D, Bicknell JE, Bihn JH, Blake RJ, Bobo KS, Bóçon R, Boekhout T, Böhning-Gaese K, Bonham KJ, Borges PAV, Borges SH, Boutin C, Bouyer J, Bragagnolo C, Brandt JS, Brearley FQ, Brito I, Bros V, Brunet J, Buczkowski G, Buddle CM, Bugter R, Buscardo E, Buse J, Cabra-García J, Cáceres NC, Cagle NL, and 416 other authors. 2017. The database of the PREDICTS (Projecting Responses of Ecological Diversity In Changing Terrestrial Systems) project. Ecology and Evolution. 145-188 7.1
Hui L, Hess S, Daly A, Rohr C. 2017. Measuring the impact of alcohol multi-buy promotions on consumers’ purchase behaviour. Journal of Choice Modelling. 75-95 24
Ibraimovic T, Hess S. 2017. Changes in the ethnic composition of neighbourhoods: Analysis of household’s response and asymmetric preference structures. Papers in Regional Science. 759-784 94.4
Mahieu P-A, Andersson H, Beaumais O, Crastes dit Sourd R, Hess S, Wolff F-C. 2017. Stated preferences: a unique database composed of 1,657 recent published articles in journals related to agriculture, environment or health. Review of Agricultural, Food and Environmental Studies. 201-220 98.3
Papadimitriou S, Choudhury CF. 2017. Transferability of Car-Following Models Between Driving Simulator and Field Traffic. Transportation Research Record. 60-72 2623
Siddique MAB, Choudhury CF. 2017. Modelling the Behavioural Response to Congestion Pricing in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Transportation in Developing Economies. 3.2
Tirachini A, Hurtubia R, Dekker T, Daziano RA. 2017. Estimation of crowding discomfort in public transport: results from Santiago de Chile. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice. 311-326 103
Hess S, Sivakumar A. 2017. Recent developments and future topics in choice modelling for travel behaviour research. Journal of Choice Modelling.
Minton J, Czoski Murray C, Meads D, Hess S, Mitchell E, Wright J, Hulme C, Raynor DK, Gregson A, Stanley P, McLintock K, Vincent R, Twiddy M. 2017. The Community IntraVenous Antibiotic Study (CIVAS): a mixed-methods evaluation of patient preferences for and cost-effectiveness of different service models for delivering outpatient parenteral antimicrobial therapy. In: Health Services and Delivery Research, Volume 5, Issue 6.

2016

Kusuma A, Liu R, Choudhury C. 2016. Modelling the Effect of Lane-changing Mechanism in a Weaving Section. Transportation Research Board 95th Annual Meeting
Scott CE, Bliss T, Spracklen DV, Pringle KJ, Dallimer M, Butt EW, Forster PM. 2016. Exploring the Value of Urban Trees and Green Spaces in Leeds, UK. International SEEDS Conference: Sustainable Ecological Engineering Design for Society
Batley R, Hess S. 2016. Testing for regularity and stochastic transitivity using the structural parameter of nested logit. Transportation Research Part B: Methodological. 355-376 93.Part A
Beck MJ, Hess S. 2016. Willingness to Accept Longer Commutes for Better Salaries: Understanding the Differences Within and Between Couples. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice. 1-16 91
Choudhury CF, Islam MM. 2016. Modelling Acceleration Decisions in Traffic Streams with Weak Lane Discipline: A Latent Leader Approach. Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies. 214-226 67
Dallimer M, Tang Z, Gaston KJ, Davies ZG. 2016. The extent of shifts in vegetation phenology between rural and urban areas within a human-dominated region. Ecology and Evolution. 1942-1953 6.7
Daly A, Dekker T, Hess S. 2016. Dummy coding vs effects coding for categorical variables: Clarifications and extensions. Journal of Choice Modelling. 36-41 21
Dekker T. 2016. Asymmetric triangular mixing densities for mixed logit models. Journal of Choice Modelling. 48-55 21
Dekker T, Hess S, Brouwer R, Hofkes M. 2016. Decision uncertainty in multi-attribute stated preference studies. Resource and Energy Economics. 57-73 43
Favretto N, Stringer LC, Dougill AJ, Dallimer M, Perkins JS, Reed MS, Atlhopheng JR, Mulale K. 2016. Multi-Criteria Decision Analysis to identify dryland ecosystem service trade-offs under different rangeland land uses. Ecosystem Services. 142-151 17
Leong W, Goh K, Hess S, Murphy P. 2016. Improving bus service reliability: The Singapore experience. Research in Transportation Economics. 40-49 59
Ojeda Cabral M, Batley R, Hess S. 2016. The value of travel time: random utility versus random valuation. Transportmetrica A: Transport Science. 230-248 12.3
Palma D, Ortúzar JDD, Rizzi LI, Guevara CA, Casaubon G, Ma H. 2016. Modelling choice when price is a cue for quality: a case study with Chinese consumers. Journal of Choice Modelling. 24-39 19
Pedersen LB, Hess S, Kjaer T. 2016. Asymmetric information and user orientation in general practice. Exploring the agency relationship in a best-worst scaling study. Journal of Health Economics. 115-130 50
Pett TJ, Shwartz A, Irvine KN, Dallimer M, Davies ZG. 2016. Unpacking the People–Biodiversity Paradox: A Conceptual Framework. BioScience. 576-583 66.7
Rendon O, Dallimer M, Paavola J. 2016. Flow and rent-based opportunity costs of water ecosystem service provision in a complex farming system. Ecology & Society. 21.4
Vuk G, Bowman J, Daly A, Hess S. 2016. Impact of family in-home quality time on person travel demand. Transportation. 705-724 43.4
Zheng Y, Dallimer M. 2016. What motivates rural households to adapt to climate change?. Climate and Development. 110-121 8.2
Hess S. 2016. Editorial: Special issue on standalone technical contributions to choice modelling. Journal of Choice Modelling.
Ojeda Cabral MA; Zheng J; Hess S; Dekker T (2016) Making choices: status quo versus trade-offs hEART Symposium. Delft

2015

Ahmed N, Iftekhar L, Ahmed S, Rahman R, Reza T, Shoilee S, Choudhury CF. 2015. Bap re Bap! Driving Experiences through Multimodal Unruly Traffic on Bumpy Roads. Sixth Annual Symposium on Computing for Development
Kusuma A, Liu R, Choudhury C, Montgomery F. 2015. Lane-changing characteristics at weaving section. Transportation Research Board 94th Annual Conference
Nadudvari T, Liu R, Hess S. 2015. Modelling passengers' route choice behaviour on the London Underground. 47th Annual UTSG Conference
Brouwer R, Martin-Ortega J, Dekker T, Sardonini L, Andreu J, Kontogianni A, Skourtos M, Raggi M, Viaggi D, Pulido-Velazquez M, Rolfe J, Windle J. 2015. Improving value transfer through socio-economic adjustments in a multicountry choice experiment of water conservation alternatives. Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics. 458-478 59.3
Choudhury CF, Ayaz SB. 2015. Why live far? — Insights from modeling residential location choice in Bangladesh. Journal of Transport Geography. 1-9 48
Czoski Murray C, Twiddy M, Meads D, Hess S, Wright J, Mitchell ED, Hulme C, Dodd S, Gent H, Gregson A, McLintock K, Raynor DK, Reynard K, Stanley P, Vincent R, Minton J. 2015. Community IntraVenous Antibiotic Study (CIVAS): protocol for an evaluation of patient preferences for and cost-effectiveness of community intravenous antibiotic services. BMJ Open. 5.8
Dallimer M, Davies ZG, Diaz-Porras DF, Irvine KN, Maltby L, Warren PH, Armsworth PR, Gaston KJ. 2015. Historical influences on the current provision of multiple ecosystem services. Global Environmental Change. 307-317 31
Dallimer M, Jacobsen JB, Lundhede TH, Takkis K, Giergiczny M, Thorsen BJ. 2015. Patriotic values for public goods: transnational trade-offs for biodiversity and ecosystem services?. Bioscience. 33-42 65.1
Dallimer M, Strange N. 2015. Why socio-political borders and boundaries matter in conservation.. Trends in Ecology & Evolution. 132-139 30.3
De Vries ST, De Vries FM, Dekker T, Haaijer-Ruskamp FM, De Zeeuw D, Ranchor AV, Denig P. 2015. The role of patients' age on their preferences for choosing additional blood pressure-lowering drugs: A discrete choice experiment in patients with diabetes. PLoS ONE. 10.10
Dumont J, Giergiczny M, Hess S. 2015. Individual level models vs. sample level models: contrasts and mutual benefits. Transportmetrica A: Transport Science.
Ehreke I, Hess S, Weis C, Axhausen KW. 2015. Reliability in the German value of time study. Transportation Research Record. 14-22 2495.1
Hess S, Quddus M, Rieser-Schüssler N, Daly A. 2015. Developing advanced route choice models for heavy goods vehicles using GPS data. Transportation Research Part E: Logistics and Transportation Review. 29-44 77
Hoyos D, Mariel P, Hess S. 2015. Incorporating environmental attitudes in discrete choice models: An exploration of the utility of the awareness of consequences scale. Science of the Total Environment. 1100-1111 505
Koster P, Peer S, Dekker T. 2015. Memory, expectation formation and scheduling choices. Economics of Transportation Fosgerau M (eds.). 256-265 4.4
Mariel P, Meyerhoff J, Hess S. 2015. Heterogeneous preferences toward landscape externalities of wind turbines - Combining choices and attitudes in a hybrid model. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews. 647-657 41
Whitfield S, Benton T, Dallimer M, Firbank L, Poppy GM, Sallu SM, Stringer LC. 2015. Sustainability spaces for complex agri-food systems. Food Security. 1291-1297 7.6
Beck M; Hess S Willingness to Accept Longer Commutes for Better Salaries: Understanding the Differences Within and Between Couples
Bradley M; Hess S; Adler TJ; Fowler M The Influence of Anchoring on Value of Time Estimation in Stated Preference Experiments
Cabral M; Hess S; Batley R The Value of Travel Time: Random Utility versus Random Valuation
Calastri C; Choudhury C; Hess S Modelling mode choice with messy GPS data: a case from Italy
Daly AJ; Hess S; Lu H; Rohr C Modelling the Impact of Multi-Buy Promotions on Alcohol Purchasing Behaviour: A Comparison of Estimation and Implementation of Sample Selection Models and the Multiple Discrete-Continuous Extreme Value (MCDEV) Model
Dekker T; Hess S; Cranenburgh V Indirect Inference for the Application of Random Regret Minimization to Large-Scale Travel Demand
Ehreke I; Hess S; Axhausen KW The German value of time and value of reliability study: Comparing alternative model formulations
Ehreke I; Hess S; Weis C; Axhausen KW Reliability in the German Value-of-Time Study
Fox JB; Hess S; Daly AJ The Temporal Transferability of Mixed Logit Mode-Destination Choice Models
Fox JB; Hess S; Daly AJ Temporal Transferability of Models of Mode and Destination Choice
Hess S; Bliemer M; Hibberd D; Choudhury C Understanding lane changing behaviour leading up to roadworks on motorways: a latent plan application using combined simulator experiments and stated preference surveys
Hess S; Chorus C Utility Maximization and Regret Minimization: Mixture of a Generalization
Hess S; Daly AJ; Bradley M; Outwater M; Dekker T Testing the Use of Indirect Influence for Large Scale Modelling
Hess S; Daly AJ; Dekker T; Cabral MO; Batley RP Specification and estimation of behavioural models for the 2015 UK value of time study
Ojeda-Cabral M; Batley RP; Hess S (2015) Understanding individuals' valuations of travel time: the role of stated choice design variables
Outwater M; Bradley M; Ferdous N; Bhat C; Pendyala R; Hess S; Daly A; LaMondia J Tour-Based National Model System to Forecast Long-Distance Passenger Travel in the United States
Spitz GM; Hess S How much do attitudes and values matter in mode choice?

2014

Hess S. 2014. Latent class structures: taste heterogeneity and beyond. In: Hess S; Daly A (eds.) Handbook of Choice Modelling.
Fox JB, Daly AJ, Hess S, Miller E. 2014. Temporal Transferability of Models of Mode-Destination Choice for the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area. Thirteenth International Conference on Travel Behaviour Research
Fu Q, Liu R, Hess S. 2014. A Bayesian modelling framework for individual passengers� probabilistic route choices: A case study on the London Underground. 93rd Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington, D.C
Chorus C, van Cranenburgh S, Dekker T. 2014. Random regret minimization for consumer choice modeling: Assessment of empirical evidence. Journal of Business Research. 2428-2436 67.11
Connors RD, Hess S, Daly A. 2014. Analytic approximations for computing probit choice probabilities. Transportmetrica. 119-139 10.2
Dallimer M, Davies ZG, Irvine KN, Maltby L, Warren PH, Gaston KJ, Armsworth PR. 2014. What personal and environmental factors determine frequency of urban greenspace use?. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. 7977-7992 11.8
Dallimer M, Tinch D, Hanley N, Irvine KN, Rouquette JR, Warren PH, Maltby L, Gaston KJ, Armsworth PR. 2014. Quantifying preferences for the natural world using monetary and nonmonetary assessments of value. Conservation Biology. 404-413 28.2
Daly A, Hess S, Dekker T. 2014. Practical solutions for sampling alternatives in large-scale models. Transportation Research Record. 148-156 2429
De Lima RF, Barlow J, Viegas L, Solé N, Soares E, Dallimer M, Atkinson PW. 2014. Can management improve the value of shade plantations for the endemic species of são tomé island?. Biotropica. 238-247 46.2
Dekker T. 2014. Indifference based value of time measures for Random Regret Minimisation models. Journal of Choice Modelling. 10-20 12
Dekker T, Hess S, Arentze T, Chorus C. 2014. Incorporating needs-satisfaction in a discrete choice model of leisure activities. Journal of Transport Geography. 66-74 38
Dekker T, Koster P, Brouwer R. 2014. Changing with the tide: Semiparametric estimation of preference dynamics. Land Economics. 717-745 90.4
Fox J, Daly A, Hess S, Miller E. 2014. Temporal transferability of models of mode-destination choice for the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area. Journal of Transport and Land Use. 41-62 7.2
Hess S. 2014. Impact of unimportant attributes in stated choice surveys. European Journal of Transport and Infrastructure Research. 349-361 14.4
Hess S, Beck MJ, Chorus CG. 2014. Contrasts between utility maximisation and regret minimisation in the presence of opt out alternatives. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice. 1-12 66.1
Hess S, Giergiczny M. 2014. Intra-respondent Heterogeneity in a Stated Choice Survey on Wetland Conservation in Belarus: First Steps Towards Creating a Link with Uncertainty in Contingent Valuation. Environmental and Resource Economics. 327-347 60.3
Iqbal MS, Choudhury CF, Wang P, González MC. 2014. Development of origin-destination matrices using mobile phone call data. Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies. 63-74 40
Johnson D, Hess S, Matthews B. 2014. Understanding air travellers' trade-offs between connecting flights and surface access characteristics. Journal of Air Transport Management. 70-77 34
Kløjgaard ME, Hess S. 2014. Understanding the formation and influence of attitudes in patients' treatment choices for lower back pain: Testing the benefits of a hybrid choice model approach. Social Science and Medicine. 138-150 114
Kusuma A, Liu R, Choudhury C, Montgomery FO. 2014. Analysis of the driving behaviour at weaving section using multiple traffic surveillance data. Transportation Research Procedia. 51-59 3
O'Neill V, Hess S, Campbell D. 2014. A question of taste: Recognising the role of latent preferences and attitudes in analysing food choices. Food Quality and Preference. 299-310 32.PC
Sanko N, Hess S, Dumont J, Daly A. 2014. Contrasting imputation with a latent variable approach to dealing with missing income in choice models. Journal of Choice Modelling. 47-57 12
Beck M; and Hess S It�s a lovely day for a walk: pedestrian route choice with realism
Cabral M; Hess S; Batley R The Value of Travel Time Changes: A Comparison of British and Danish National Studies,
Dekker T; Hess S; Arentze TA; Chorus C Incorporating Needs Satisfaction and Regret Minimization in Discrete Choice Model of Leisure Activities
Giergiczny M; Hess S; Dekker D; Chintakayala PK Testing Consistency Between Choices in Best-Worst Surveys
Hess S Impact of unimportant attributes in stated choice surveys , pp. 349-361
Hess S; Bliemer M; Hibberd D Combining evidence on driver behaviour from simulator experiments and stated preference surveys
Hess S; Daly AJ; Bradley M Using indirect inference to enable the use of cross-nested logit model for large scale modelling
Hess S; Stathopoulos A Linking Decision Process to Indicators of Real-World Perceptions in a Latent Variable Latent Class Approach
Ojeda Cabral MA; Batley RP; Hess S (2014) A comparison of the national value of time studies in the UK and Denmark ITEA Khumo Nectar. Toulouse
Outwater ML; Bhat CR; Pendyala RM; Hess S; Sana B; Ferdous N; Woodford W; Sidharthan R TCRP Project H-37: Characteristics of Premium Transit Services That Affect Mode Choice-Key Findings and Results

2013 & previous

Abou-Zeid M, Ben-Akiva M, Bierlaire M, Choudhury C, Hess S. 2010. Attitudes and Value of Time Heterogeneity. In: Van de Voorde E; Vanelslander T (eds.) Applied Transport Economics - A Management and Policy Perspective.
Ben-Akiva M, Koutsopoulos HN, Toledo T, Yang Q, Choudhury CF, Antoniou C, Balakrishna R. 2010. Traffic Simulation with MITSIMLab. In: Fundamentals of Traffic Simulation.
Brouwer F. 2012. Multifunctional Rural Land Management.
Campbell D, Hess S, Scarpa R, Rose JM. 2010. Accommodating Coefficient Outliers in Discrete Choice Modelling: A Comparison of Discrete and Continuous Mixing Approaches. In: Hess S; Daly AJ (eds.) Choice Modelling: the state-of-the-art and the state-of-practice; Proceedings from the Inaugural International Choice Modelling Conference.
Chintakayala PK, Hess S, Rose JM, Wardman MR. 2010. Effects of Stated Choice Design Dimensions on Model Estimates. In: Hess S; Daly AJ (eds.) Choice Modelling: the state-of-the-art and the state-of-practice; Proceedings from the Inaugural International Choice Modelling Conference.
Choudhury CF, Toledo T, Ben-Akiva M. 2008. State Dependence in Lane Changing Models. In: Heydecker B; Allsop R (eds.) Transportation and Traffic Theory 2007.
Daly A, Hess S, Eckert C. 2013. Workshop report: working with repeated choice data.
Enam A, Choudhury CF. 2013. A comprehensive model to capture the preference for mass rapid transit in Dhaka.
Hess S. 2010. Theory and practice in modelling air travel choice behaviour. In: Postorino MN (eds.) Regional airport development.
Hess S. 2010. Modelling air travel choice behaviour. In: Forsyth P; Gillen D; M ller J; Niemeier H-M (eds.) Airport Competition: The European Experience.
Hess S, Bierlaire M, Polak JW. 2005. Capturing taste heterogeneity and correlation structure with Mixed GEV models. In: Scarpa R; Alberini A (eds.) Applications of Simulation Methods in Environmental and Resource Economics.
Hess S, Polak JW. 2009. Mixed Logit Modelling of Parking Type Choice Behaviour. In: Sloboda B (eds.) Transportation Statistics.
Hess S, Polak JW. 2010. Airport choice behaviour: findings from three separate studies. In: Forsyth P; Gillen D; M ller J; Niemeier H-M (eds.) Airport Competition: The European Experience.
Hess S, Polak JW, Bierlaire M. 2005. Functional approximations to alternative-specific constants in time-period choice-modelling. In: Mahmassani HS (eds.) Transportation and Traffic Theory: Flow, Dynamics and Human Interaction, Proceedings of the 16th International Symposium on Transportation and Traffic Theory.
Marsden G, Hess S. 2012. The scope for and potential impacts of the adoption of electric vehicles in uk surface transport. In: The Future of Electricity Demand: Customers, Citizens and Loads.
Axhausen KW, Hess S, K nig A, Abay G, Bates JJ, Bierlaire M. 2007. Income and distance elasticities of values of travel time savings: New Swiss results. 11th triennial WCTR conference, Berkeley, CA
Bastin F, Cirillo C, Hess S. 2005. Evaluation of advanced optimisation methods for estimating Mixed Logit models. 84th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board
Bliemer MCJ, Rose JM, Hess S. 2007. Approximation of Bayesian Efficiency in Experimental Choice Designs. 11th triennial WCTR conference, Berkeley, CA
Bliemer MCJ, Rose JM, Hess S. 2007. Approximation of Bayesian Efficiency in Experimental Choice Designs. 86th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board
Bonsall P, Shires JA, Hess S. 2009. The value of simplicity: an investigation of travellers’ response to simplified fare structures. 12th International Conference on Travel Behaviour Research, Jaipur
Campbell D, Hess S. 2009. Outlying sensitivities in discrete choice data: causes, consequences and remedies. European Transport Conference, Noordwijkerhout, October 2009
Campbell D, Hess S. 2010. Preference heterogeneity and attribute non-attendance: can they be separated?. European Transport Conference, Glasgow, October 2010
Campbell D, Hess S. 2010. Outlying sensitivities in discrete choice data: consequences and remedies. fourth World Congress of Environmental and Resource Economists, Montreal
Campbell D, Hess S, Scarpa R, Rose JM. 2009. Using finite mixture models to accommodate preference outliers in discrete choice modelling. Inaugural International Choice Modelling Conference, Harrogate
Caussade S, Hess S. 2009. An investigation into air travellers willingness to pay for ancillary service attributes within a branded fare context. European Transport Conference, Noordwijkerhout, October 2009
Chintakayala P, Hess S, Rose JM. 2009. Using second preference choices in pivot surveys as a means of dealing with inertia. European Transport Conference, Noordwijkerhout, October 2009
Chintakayala PK, Hess S, Rose JM, Wardman MR. 2009. Effects of stated choice design dimensions on estimates. Inaugural International Choice Modelling Conference, Harrogate
Chintakayala PK, Rose JM, Hess S, Wardman M. 2008. UK experience with an advanced survey design for value of time studies. European Transport Conference
Chorlton K, Hess S, Jamson S, Wardman M. 2009. An investigation into the demand for Intelligent Speed Adaptation (ISA) systems in the United Kingdom. European Transport Conference, Noordwijkerhout, October 2009
Choudhury CF, Ben-Akiva ME. 2010. MODELING DRIVING DECISIONS: A LATENT PLAN APPROACH. TRANSPORTATION AND URBAN SUSTAINABILITY
Collins A, Rose JMA, Hess S. 2008. Search Based Internet Surveys: Airline Stated Choice by Rose. 8th International Conference on Survey Methods in Transport, Annecy, France
Daly A, Hess S, Polak JW, Hyman G, Rohr C. 2005. Modelling departure time and mode choice. European Regional Science Conference, Amsterdam
Fosgerau M, Hess S. 2006. Competing methods for representing random taste heterogeneity in discrete choice models. European Transport Conference, Strasbourg
Fox J, Hess S. 2010. Review of Evidence for Temporal Transferability of Mode-Destination Models. 89th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board
Fu Q, Liu R, Hess S. 2012. A review on transit assignment modelling approaches to congested networks: a new perspective. PROCEEDINGS OF EWGT 2012 - 15TH MEETING OF THE EURO WORKING GROUP ON TRANSPORTATION
Fu Q, Liu R, Hess S. 2012. On considering journey time variability and passengers’ path choice: An empirical study using Oyster card data on the London Underground. 5th International Symposium on Transportation Network Reliability, Hong Kong
Hess S. 2004. An analysis of the effects of speed limit enforcement cameras with differentiation by road type and catchment area. 83rd Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board
Hess S. 2006. Posterior analysis of random taste coefficients in air travel choice behaviour modelling. European Transport Conference, Strasbourg
Hess S. 2009. Evidence of passenger preferences for specific types of airports. 88th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board
Hess S, Adler T. 2009. An analysis of trends in air travel behaviour using four related SP datasets collected between 2000 and 2005. European Transport Conference, Noordwijkerhout, October 2009
Hess S, Adler T, Polak JW. 2006. Modelling Airport and Airline Choice Behaviour with Stated Preference Survey Data. 85th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board
Hess S, Ben-Akiva M, Gopinath D, Walker J. 2008. Some developments in latent class modelling. European Transport Conference, Noordwijkerhout, October 2008
Hess S, Ben-Akiva M, Gopinath D, Walker J. 2009. Taste heterogeneity, correlation and elasticities in latent class choice models. Inaugural International Choice Modelling Conference, Harrogate
Hess S, Ben-Akiva M, Gopinath D, Walker J. 2009. Taste heterogeneity, correlation and elasticities in latent class choice models. 88th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board
Hess S, Bierlaire M, Polak JW. 2005. Estimation of value of travel-time savings using Mixed Logit models. 84th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board
Hess S, Bierlaire M, Polak JW. 2006. A systematic comparison of continuous and discrete mixture models. 11th International Conference on Travel Behaviour Research, Kyoto
Hess S, Bolduc D, Polak JW. 2006. Random Covariance Heterogeneity in Discrete Choice Models. 85th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board
Hess S, Bolduc D, Polak JW. 2006. Random covariance heterogeneity in discrete choice models. 11th International Conference on Travel Behaviour Research, Kyoto
Hess S, Daly A. 2009. Calculating Errors for Measures Derived From Choice Modeling Estimates. Transportation Research Board 88th Annual Meeting
Hess S, Erath A, Axhausen KW. 2008. Joint Valuation of Travel Time Savings Estimation on Four Separate Swiss Data. 87th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board
Hess S, Hensher DA. 2009. Using conditioning on observed choices to retrieve individual-specific attribute processing strategies. 88th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board
Hess S, Hensher DA. 2013. Making use of respondent reported processing information to understand attribute importance: A latent variable scaling approach. Transportation
Hess S, Marsden G, Shires J, Jopson A, Muir H. 2010. Analysing rail travellers' desire for reducing carbon emissions from personal travel. Transportation Research Board (TRB) 89th Annual Meeting
Hess S, Polak JW. 2005. Accounting for random taste heterogeneity in airport-choice modelling. 84th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board
Hess S, Polak JW, Daly AJ. 2003. On the performance of shuffled Halton sequences in the estimation of discrete choice models. European Transport Conference, Strasbourg
Hess S, Polak JW, Daly AJ. 2005. Flexible Substitution Patterns in Models of Mode and Time of Day Choice: New evidence from the UK and the Netherlands. 84th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board
Hess S, Rose JM. 2007. Intra-respondent taste heterogeneity in instantaneous panel data. European Transport Conference, Noordwijkerhout, October 2007
Hess S, Rose JM. 2009. Should reference alternatives in pivot design SC surveys be treated differently?. Transportation Research Board 88th Annual Meeting
Hess S, Rose JM. 2009. Some lessons in stated choice survey design. European Transport Conference, Noordwijkerhout, October 200
Hess S, Rose JM. 2012. Can scale and coefficient heterogeneity be separated in random coefficients models?. Transportation
Hess S, Rose JM, Polak JW. 2008. Approaches for dealing with non-trading, lexicographic and inconsistent behaviour in stated choice data. European Transport Conference, Noordwijkerhout, October 2008
Hess S, Rose JMA, Hensher DA. 2007. Asymmetrical Preference Formation in Willingness to Pay Estimates in Discrete Choice Models. 11th triennial WCTR conference, Berkeley, CA
Hess S, Ryley T, Davison L, Adler T. 2010. Improving Quality of Demand Forecasts Through Cross-Nested Logit: Stated-Choice Case Study of Airport, Airline, and Access Mode Choice. 89th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board
Hess S, Shires J, Jopson A. 2013. Accommodating underlying pro-environmental attitudes in a rail travel context: Application of a latent variable latent class specification. Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment
Hess S, Smith CS, Stubits J. 2008. Measuring Effects of Different Experimental Designs and Survey Administration Methods Using Atlanta Managed-Lanes Stated-Preference Survey. 87th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board
Hess S, Stathopoulos A. 2010. Linking response quality to survey engagement: a combined random scale and latent variable approach. European Transport Conference, Glasgow, October 2010
Hess S, Train KE. 2008. Approximation issues in simulation-based estimation of random coefficients models. European Transport Conference, Noordwijkerhout, October 2008
Mabit S, Hess S, Caussade S. 2008. Correlation and Willingness-to-Pay Indicators in Transport Demand Modelling. 87th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board
Orr S, Hess S, Sheldon R. 2010. Consistency and Fungibility of Monetary Valuations in Transport. European Transport Conference, Glasgow, October 2010
Polak JW, Hess S, Liu X. 2008. Characterising Heterogeneity in Attitudes to Risk in Expected Utility Models of Mode and Departure Time Choice. 87th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board
Rose JM, Hess S. 2009. Dual response choices in pivoted stated choice experiments. 88th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board
Rose JM, Hess S, Bliemer M, Daly A. 2009. The impact of varying the number of repeated choice observations on the mixed multinomial logit model. European Transport Conference, Noordwijkerhout, October 2009
Acs S, Hanley N, Dallimer M, Gaston KJ, Robertson P, Wilson P, Armsworth PR. 2010. The effect of decoupling on marginal agricultural systems: Implications for farm incomes, land use and upland ecology. Land Use Policy. 550-563 27.2
Arellana J, Daly A, Hess S, De Dios Ortúzar J, Rizzi L. 2012. Development of surveys for study of departure time choice. Transportation Research Record. 9-182303
Armsworth PR, Acs S, Dallimer M, Gaston KJ, Hanley N, Wilson P. 2012. The cost of policy simplification in conservation incentive programs.. Ecol Lett. 406-414 15.5
Axhausen KW, Hess S, König A, Abay G, Bates JJ, Bierlaire M. 2008. Income and distance elasticities of values of travel time savings: New Swiss results. Transport Policy. 173-185 15.3
Bastin F, Cirillo C, Hess S. 2005. Evaluation of optimization methods for estimating mixed logit models. Transportation Research Record. 35-431921
Batley RP. 2013. The intuition behind income effects of price changes in discrete choice models, and a simple method for measuring the compensating variation.
Ben-Akiva M, de Palma A, McFadden D, Abou-Zeid M, Chiappori PA, de Lapparent M, Durlauf SN, Fosgerau M, Fukuda D, Hess S, Manski C, Pakes A, Picard N, Walker J. 2012. Process and context in choice models. Marketing Letters. 439-456 23.2
Bliemer MCJ, Rose JM, Hess S. 2008. Approximation of Bayesian efficiency in experimental choice designs. Journal of Choice Modelling. 98-126 1.1
Brouwer R, Dekker T, Rolfe J, Windle J. 2010. Choice certainty and consistency in repeated choice experiments. Environmental and Resource Economics. 93-109 46.1
Cheke RA, Jones PJ, Dallimer M, Green SV. 2003. Armoured bush cricket attacks on nestling red-billed quelea (quelea quelea). Ostrich. 135+ 74.1-2
Chorlton K, Hess S, Jamson S, Wardman M. 2012. Deal or no deal: Can incentives encourage widespread adoption of intelligent speed adaptation devices?. Accident Analysis and Prevention. 73-82 48
Choudhury CF, Ben-Akiva M, Abou-Zeid M. 2010. Dynamic latent plan models. Journal of Choice Modelling. 50-70 3.2
Choudhury CF, Ben-Akiva ME. 2008. Lane selection model for urban intersections. Transportation Research Record. 167-1762088
Choudhury CF, Ben-Akiva ME. 2013. Modelling driving decisions: A latent plan approach. Transportmetrica A: Transport Science. 546-566 9.6
Choudhury CF, Ramanujam V, Ben-Akiva ME. 2009. Modeling acceleration decisions for freeway merges. Transportation Research Record. 45-572124
Collins AT, Hess S, Rose JM. 2013. Choice modelling with search and sort data from an interactive choice experiment. Transportation Research Part E: Logistics and Transportation Review. 36-45 56
Collins AT, Rose JM, Hess S. 2012. Interactive stated choice surveys: A study of air travel behaviour. Transportation. 55-79 39.1
Dallimer M. 1999. Cross-species amplification success of avian microsatellites in the redbilled quelea Quelea quelea. Molecular Ecology. 695-698 8.4
Dallimer M, Acs S, Hanley N, Wilson P, Gaston KJ, Armsworth PR. 2009. What explains property-level variation in avian diversity? An inter-disciplinary approach. Journal of Applied Ecology. 647-656 46.3
Dallimer M, Blackburn C, Jones PJ, Pemberton JM. 2002. Genetic evidence for male biased dispersal in the red-billed quelea Quelea quelea.. Mol Ecol. 529-533 11.3
Dallimer M, Gaston KJ, Skinner AMJ, Hanley N, Acs S, Armsworth PR. 2010. Field-level bird abundances are enhanced by landscape-scale agri-environment scheme uptake.. Biol Lett. 643-646 6.5
Dallimer M, Irvine KN, Skinner AMJ, Davies ZG, Rouquette JR, Maltby LL, Warren PH, Armsworth PR, Gaston KJ. 2012. Biodiversity and the feel-good factor: Understanding associations between self-reported human well-being and species richness. BioScience. 47-55 62.1
Dallimer M, Jones PJ. 2002. Migration orientation behaviour of the red-billed quelea Quelea quelea. Journal of Avian Biology. 89-94 33.1
Dallimer M, Jones PJ. 2007. An estimation of the rate of reproductive cheating in the Red-billed Quelea Quelea quelea. Ostrich. 637-639 78.3
Dallimer M, Jones PJ, Pemberton JM, Cheke RA. 2003. Lack of genetic and plumage differentiation in the red-billed quelea Quelea quelea across a migratory divide in southern Africa.. Mol Ecol. 345-353 12.2
Dallimer M, King T. 2008. Habitat preferences of the forest birds on the island of Príncipe, Gulf of Guinea. African Journal of Ecology. 258-266 46.3
Dallimer M, King T, Atkinson RJ. 2009. Pervasive threats within a protected area: Conserving the endemic birds of São Tomé, West Africa. Animal Conservation. 209-219 12.3
Dallimer M, King T, Cope D, Jiana MB. 2006. Estimation of population density of Eidolon helvum on the island of Príncipe, Gulf of Guinea. Mammalia. 48-51 70.1-2
Dallimer M, Marini L, Skinner AMJ, Hanley N, Armsworth PR, Gaston KJ. 2010. Agricultural land-use in the surrounding landscape affects moorland bird diversity. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment. 578-583 139.4
Dallimer M, Melo M. 2010. Rapid decline of the endemic giant land snail Archachatina bicarinata on the island of Príncipe, Gulf of Guinea. ORYX. 213-218 44.2
Dallimer M, Melo M, Collar NJ, Jones PJ. 2010. The Príncipe Thrush Turdus xanthorhynchus: A newly split, 'Critically Endangered', forest flagship species. Bird Conservation International. 375-381 20.4
Dallimer M, Parnell M, Bicknell JE, Melo M. 2012. The importance of novel and agricultural habitats for the avifauna of an oceanic island. Journal for Nature Conservation. 191-199 20.4
Dallimer M, Rouquette JR, Skinner AMJ, Armsworth PR, Maltby LM, Warren PH, Gaston KJ. 2012. Contrasting patterns in species richness of birds, butterflies and plants along riparian corridors in an urban landscape. Diversity and Distributions. 742-753 18.8
Dallimer M, Skinner AMJ, Davies ZG, Armsworth PR, Gaston KJ. 2012. Multiple habitat associations: The role of offsite habitat in determining onsite avian density and species richness. Ecography. 134-145 35.2
Dallimer M, Tang Z, Bibby PR, Brindley P, Gaston KJ, Davies ZG. 2011. Temporal changes in greenspace in a highly urbanized region.. Biol Lett. 763-766 7.5
Dallimer M, Tinch D, Acs S, Hanley N, Southall HR, Gaston KJ, Armsworth PR. 2009. 100 years of change: Examining agricultural trends, habitat change and stakeholder perceptions through the 20th century. Journal of Applied Ecology. 334-343 46.2
Daly A, Hess S, de Jong G. 2012. Calculating errors for measures derived from choice modelling estimates. Transportation Research Part B: Methodological. 333-341 46.2
Daly A, Hess S, Patruni B, Potoglou D, Rohr C. 2012. Using ordered attitudinal indicators in a latent variable choice model: A study of the impact of security on rail travel behaviour. Transportation. 267-297 39.2
Daly A, Hess S, Train K. 2012. Assuring finite moments for willingness to pay in random coefficient models. Transportation. 19-31 39.1
Davies ZG, Dallimer M, Edmondson JL, Leake JR, Gaston KJ. 2013. Identifying potential sources of variability between vegetation carbon storage estimates for urban areas. Environmental Pollution. 133-142 183
Davies ZG, Fuller RA, Dallimer M, Loram A, Gaston KJ. 2012. Household factors influencing participation in bird feeding activity: a national scale analysis.. PLoS ONE. 7.6
de Lima RF, Dallimer M, Atkinson PW, Barlow J. 2013. Biodiversity and land-use change: Understanding the complex responses of an endemic-rich bird assemblage. Diversity and Distributions. 411-422 19.4
de Lima RF, Olmos F, Dallimer M, Atkinson PW, Barlow J. 2013. Can REDD+ help the conservation of restricted-range island species? Insights from the endemism hotspot of São Tomé.. PLoS One. 8.9
de Medeiros FW, Mohan RR, Suto C, Sinhá S, Chaurasia SS, Bonilha VL, Wilson SE. 2008. Haze Development After Photorefractive Keratectomy: Mechanical vs Ethanol Epithelial Removal in Rabbits. Journal of Refractive Surgery. 923-927 24.9
Dekker T, Brouwer R, Hofkes M, Moeltner K. 2011. The Effect of Risk Context on the Value of a Statistical Life: A Bayesian Meta-model. Environmental and Resource Economics. 597-624 49.4
Dekker T, Vollebergh HRJ, de Vries FP, Withagen CA. 2012. Inciting protocols. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management. 45-67 64.1
Dellink R, Dekker T, Ketterer J. 2013. The Fatter the Tail, the Fatter the Climate Agreement: Simulating the Influence of Fat Tails in Climate Change Damages on the Success of International Climate Negotiations. Environmental and Resource Economics. 277-305 56.2
Dellink R, den Elzen M, Aiking H, Bergsma E, Berkhout F, Dekker T, Gupta J. 2009. Sharing the burden of financing adaptation to climate change. Global Environmental Change. 411-421 19.4
Durrant KL, Reed JL, Jones PJ, Dallimer M, Cheke RA, McWilliam AN, Fleischer RC. 2007. Variation in haematozoan parasitism at local and landscape levels in the red-billed quelea Quelea quelea. Journal of Avian Biology. 662-671 38.6
Enam A, Choudhury C. 2011. Methodological issues in developing mode choice models for dhaka, Bangladesh. Transportation Research Record. 84-922239
Fosgerau M, Hess S. 2009. A comparison of methods for representing random taste heterogeneity in discrete choice models. European Transport. 1-25 42
Fox J, Hess S. 2010. Review of evidence for temporal transferability of mode-destination models. Transportation Research Record. 74-832175
Fu Q, Liu R, Hess S. 2012. A review on transit assignment modelling approaches to congested networks: a new perspective. Procedia – Social and Behavioral Sciences. 1145-1155 54
Greve M, Chown SL, van Rensburg BJ, Dallimer M, Gaston KJ. 2011. The ecological effectiveness of protected areas: A case study for South African birds. Animal Conservation. 295-305 14.3
Hanley N, Acs S, Dallimer M, Gaston KJ, Graves A, Morris J, Armsworth PR. 2012. Farm-scale ecological and economic impacts of agricultural change in the uplands. Land Use Policy. 587-597 29.3
Hasan S, Choudhury CF, Ben-Akiva ME, Emmonds A. 2011. Modeling of travel time variations on urban links in London. Transportation Research Record. 1-72260
Hess S. 2004. Analysis of the effects of speed limit enforcement cameras: Differentiation by road type and catchment area. Transportation Research Record. 28-341865
Hess S. 2007. Posterior analysis of random taste coefficients in air travel behaviour modelling. Journal of Air Transport Management. 203-212 13.4
Hess S. 2008. Treatment of reference alternatives in stated choice surveys for air travel choice behaviour. Journal of Air Transport Management. 275-279 14.5
Hess S. 2010. Conditional parameter estimates from Mixed Logit models: Distributional assumptions and a free software tool. Journal of Choice Modelling. 134-152 3.2
Hess S. 2010. Evidence of passenger preferences for specific types of airports. Journal of Air Transport Management. 191-195 16.4
Hess S. 2012. Rethinking heterogeneity: The role of attitudes, decision rules and information processing strategies. Transportation Letters. 105-113 4.2
Hess S, Adler T. 2011. An analysis of trends in air travel behaviour using four related SP datasets collected between 2000 and 2005. Journal of Air Transport Management. 244-248 17.4
Hess S, Adler T, Polak JW. 2007. Modelling airport and airline choice behaviour with the use of stated preference survey data. Transportation Research Part E: Logistics and Transportation Review. 221-233 43.3
Hess S, Beharry-Borg N. 2012. Accounting for Latent Attitudes in Willingness-to-Pay Studies: The Case of Coastal Water Quality Improvements in Tobago. Environmental and Resource Economics. 109-131 52.1
Hess S, Bierlaire M, Polak JW. 2005. Estimation of value of travel-time savings using mixed logit models. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice. 221-236 39.2-3 SPEC. ISS.
Hess S, Bierlaire M, Polak JW. 2007. A systematic comparison of continuous and discrete mixture models. European Transport. 35-61 37
Hess S, Bolduc D, Polak JW. 2010. Random covariance heterogeneity in discrete choice models. Transportation. 391-411 37.3
Hess S, Daly A. 2013. Choice Modelling The State of the Art and the State of Practice Introduction. CHOICE MODELLING: THE STATE OF THE ART AND THE STATE OF PRACTICE. IX-XVI
Hess S, Daly A, Rohr C, Hyman G. 2007. On the development of time period and mode choice models for use in large scale modelling forecasting systems. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice. 802-826 41.9 SPEC. ISS.
Hess S, Erath A, Axhausen KW. 2008. Estimated value of savings in travel time in Switzerland analysis of pooled data. Transportation Research Record. 43-552082
Hess S, Fowler M, Adler T, Bahreinian A. 2012. A joint model for vehicle type and fuel type choice: Evidence from a cross-nested logit study. Transportation. 593-625 39.3
Hess S, Greene ER, Falzarano CS, Muriello M. 2011. Pay to drive in my bus lane: A stated choice analysis for the proposed Lincoln Tunnel HOT lane into Manhattan. Transport Policy. 649-656 18.5
Hess S, Hensher DA. 2010. Using conditioning on observed choices to retrieve individual-specific attribute processing strategies. Transportation Research Part B: Methodological. 781-790 44.6
Hess S, Hensher DA. 2012. Making use of respondent reported processing information to understand attribute importance: a latent variable scaling approach. Transportation. 1-16
Hess S, Hensher DA, Daly A. 2012. Not bored yet - Revisiting respondent fatigue in stated choice experiments. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice. 626-644 46.3
Hess S, Orr S, Sheldon R. 2012. Consistency and fungibility of monetary valuations in transport: An empirical analysis of framing and mental accounting effects. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice. 1507-1516 46.10
Hess S, Polak J. 2003. Effects of speed limit enforcement cameras on accident rates. Transportation Research Record. 25-331830
Hess S, Polak JW. 2005. Accounting for random taste heterogeneity in airport choice modeling. Transportation Research Record. 36-431915
Hess S, Polak JW. 2005. Mixed logit modelling of airport choice in multi-airport regions. Journal of Air Transport Management. 59-68 11.2
Hess S, Polak JW. 2006. Exploring the potential for cross-nesting structures in airport-choice analysis: A case-study of the Greater London area. Transportation Research Part E: Logistics and Transportation Review. 63-81 42.2
Hess S, Polak JW. 2006. Airport, airline and access mode choice in the San Francisco Bay area. Papers in Regional Science. 543-567 85.4
Hess S, Polak JW, Daly A, Hyman G. 2007. Flexible substitution patterns in models of mode and time of day choice: New evidence from the UK and the Netherlands. Transportation. 213-238 34.2
Hess S, Rose JM. 2009. Allowing for intra-respondent variations in coefficients estimated on repeated choice data. Transportation Research Part B: Methodological. 708-719 43.6
Hess S, Rose JM. 2009. Should reference alternatives in pivot design SC surveys be treated differently?. Environmental and Resource Economics. 297-317 42.3
Hess S, Rose JM. 2012. Can scale and coefficient heterogeneity be separated in random coefficients models?. Transportation. 1-15
Hess S, Rose JM, Hensher DA. 2008. Asymmetric preference formation in willingness to pay estimates in discrete choice models. Transportation Research Part E: Logistics and Transportation Review. 847-863 44.5
Hess S, Rose JM, Polak J. 2010. Non-trading, lexicographic and inconsistent behaviour in stated choice data. Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment. 405-417 15.7
Hess S, Ryley T, Davison L, Adler T. 2013. Improving the quality of demand forecasts through cross nested logit: A stated choice case study of airport, airline and access mode choice. Transportmetrica A: Transport Science. 358-384 9.4
Hess S, Shires J, Bonsall P. 2013. A latent class approach to dealing with respondent uncertainty in a stated choice survey for fare simplification on bus journeys. Transportmetrica A: Transport Science. 473-493 9.6
Hess S, Shires J, Jopson A. 2013. Accommodating underlying pro-environmental attitudes in a rail travel context: application of a latent variable latent class specification. Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment. 42-48 25
Hess S, Smith C, Falzarano S, Stubits J. 2008. Managed-lanes stated preference survey in Atlanta, Georgia measuring effects of different experimental designs and survey administration methods. Transportation Research Record. 144-1522049
Hess S, Stathopoulos A. 2013. Linking response quality to survey engagement: A combined random scale and latent variable approach. Journal of Choice Modelling. 1-12 7
Hess S, Stathopoulos A. 2013. A mixed random utility - Random regret model linking the choice of decision rule to latent character traits. Journal of Choice Modelling. 27-38 9.1
Hess S, Stathopoulos A, Campbell D, O'Neill V, Caussade S. 2013. It's not that I don't care, I just don't care very much: Confounding between attribute non-attendance and taste heterogeneity. Transportation. 583-607 40.3
Hess S, Stathopoulos A, Daly A. 2012. Allowing for heterogeneous decision rules in discrete choice models: An approach and four case studies. Transportation. 565-591 39.3
Hess S, Train KE. 2011. Recovery of inter- and intra-personal heterogeneity using mixed logit models. Transportation Research Part B: Methodological. 973-990 45.7
Hess S, Train KE, Polak JW. 2006. On the use of a Modified Latin Hypercube Sampling (MLHS) method in the estimation of a Mixed Logit Model for vehicle choice. Transportation Research Part B: Methodological. 147-163 40.2
Johnson D, Matthews B, Hess S, Bielefeldt C. 2011. An indirect flight from my local airport or a direct flight from an alternative airport: how does surface access influence the decision?. European Transport Conference, Glasgow, October 2011..
Jones PJ, Dallimer M, Cheke RA, Mundy PJ. 2002. Are there two subspecies of red-billed quelea, quelea quelea, in southern Africa?. Ostrich. 36-42 73.1-2
Khan M, Choudhury CF, Wang J. 2011. Modeling preference for school bus service in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Transportation Research Record. 64-732239
King T, Dallimer M. 2010. The fruit bats (Chiroptera: Pteropodidae) of the Lesio-Louna Reserve, Bateke Plateau, Republic of Congo. Mammalia. 63-69 74.1
L. Durrant K, L. Reed J, J. Jones P, Dallimer M, A. Cheke R, N. McWilliam A, C. Fleischer R. 2007. Variation in haematozoan parasitism at local and landscape levels in the red-billed quelea Quelea quelea. Journal of Avian Biology. 071202183307004+
Lennox GD, Dallimer M, Armsworth PR. 2012. Landowners' ability to leverage in negotiations over habitat conservation. Theoretical Ecology. 115-128 5.1
Lennox GD, Gaston KJ, Acs S, Dallimer M, Hanley N, Armsworth PR. 2013. Conservation when landowners have bargaining power: Continuous conservation investments and cost uncertainty. Ecological Economics. 69-78 93
Melo M, Bowie RCK, Voelker G, Dallimer M, Collar NJ, Jones PJ. 2010. Multiple lines of evidence support the recognition of a very rare bird species: The Príncipe thrush. Journal of Zoology. 120-129 282.2
O'Leary A, Marcus M. 2009. Editorial. The Italianist. 173-174 29.2
O'Neill V, Hess S. 2013. Heterogeneity assumptions in the specification of bargaining models: a study of household level trade-offs between commuting time and salary. Transportation. 1-19
Rose JM, Hess S. 2009. Dual-response choices in pivoted stated choice experiments. Transportation Research Record. 25-332135
Rose JM, Hess S, Collins AT. 2013. What if my model assumptions are wrong?: The impact of non-standard behaviour on choice model estimation. Journal of Transport Economics and Policy. 245-263 47.PART2
Rouquette JR, Dallimer M, Armsworth PR, Gaston KJ, Maltby L, Warren PH. 2013. Species turnover and geographic distance in an urban river network. Diversity and Distributions. 1429-1439 19.11
Stathopoulos A, Hess S. 2012. Revisiting reference point formation, gains-losses asymmetry and non-linear sensitivities with an emphasis on attribute specific treatment. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice. 1673-1689 46.10
Stien A, Dallimer M, Irvine RJ, Halvorsen O, Langvatn R, Albon SD, Dallas JF. 2005. Sex ratio variation in gastrointestinal nematodes of Svalbard reindeer; density dependence and implications for estimates of species composition. Parasitology. 99-107 130.1
Stien A, Dallimer M, Irvine RJ, Halvorsen O, Langvatn R, Albon SD, Dallas JF. 2005. Sex ratio variation in gastrointestinal nematodes of Svalbard reindeer; density dependence and implications for estimates of species composition.. Parasitology. 99-107 130.Pt 1
Toledo T, Choudhury CF, Ben-Akiva ME. 2005. Lane-changing model with explicit target lane choice. Transportation Research Record. 157-1651934
Aeron-Thomas AS, Hess S. 2005. Red-light cameras for the prevention of road traffic crashes.. Cochrane database of systematic reviews (Online : Update Software).
Abou Zeid M; Ben-Akiva ME; Bierlaire M; Choudhury CF; Hess S (2011) Attitudes and Value of Time Heterogeneity
Abou Zeid M; Ben-Akiva ME; Bierlaire M; Choudhury CF; Hess S Attitudes and Value of Time Heterogeneity
Arellana J; Daly AJ; Hess S; Ortúzar RJSD; Rizzi L The flexibility of departure time for work based trips: an integrated choice and latent variable approach
Arrelana J; Daly AJ; Hess S; Ortuzar JDD; Rizzi L (2012) Developing surveys for the study of departure time choice: a two-stage efficient design approach 91st Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board
Axhausen KW; Hess S; K nig A; Abay G; Bates JJ; Bierlaire M State of the art estimates of the Swiss value of travel time savings
Axhausen KW; Hess S; K nig A; Abay G; Bates JJ; Bierlaire M State of the art estimates of the Swiss value of travel time savings
Batley RP; Hess S A simple test for identifying violations of the Random Utility Model (RUM)
Batley RP; Hess S Simple Test for Identifying Violations of Random Utility Model
Battersby B; Hess S Accounting for seat capacity and availability constraints in modelling air-travel choice behaviour
Battersby B; Hess S Accounting for seat capacity and availability constraints in modelling air-travel choice behaviour
Bliemer MCJ; Rose JM; Hess S Approximation of Bayesian Efficiency in Experimental Choice Designs
Bonsall P; Shires JA; Hess S The value of simplicity: an investigation of travellers’ response to simplified fare structures
Campbell D; Hess S; Scarpa R; Rose JM Using finite mixture models to accommodate preference outliers in discrete choice modelling
Caussade S; Hess S Customers� Willingness To Pay For Intermediate Cabins In The Airline Industry: A Trade-Off Between Improved Service And Frequent Flier Benefits
Caussade S; Hess S Customers’ Willingness To Pay For Intermediate Cabins In The Airline Industry: A Trade-Off Between Improved Service And Frequent Flier Benefits
Chintakayala PK; Hess S; Rose JM; Wardman MR Effects of stated choice design dimensions on estimates
Chintakayala PK; Rose JM; Hess S; Wardman M UK experience with an advanced survey design for value of time studies
Chorlton K; Hess S; Jamson S; Wardman M An investigation into the demand for Intelligent Speed Adaptation (ISA) systems in the United Kingdom
Choudhury CF; ben-akiva M; Rajiwade S; Rapolu SR; Emmonds A (2011) Evaluating the Impact of Interventions on Network Capacity
Collins A; Hess S; Rose JM Stated Preference survey design in air travel choice behaviour modelling
Collins A; Hess S; Rose JM Stated Preference survey design in air travel choice behaviour modelling
Collins A; Rose JMA; Hess S Search Based Internet Surveys: Airline Stated Choice by Rose
Collins AT; Rose JM; Hess S Search based internet surveys: airline stated choice
Collins AT; Rose JM; Hess S Search based internet surveys: airline stated choice
Connors R; Hess S; Daly A (2011) On the computation of probit choice probabilities
Connors R; Hess S; Daly A On the computation of probit choice probabilities
Daly A; Hess S Simple methods for panel data analysis
Daly A; Hess S (2010) Simple methods for panel data analysis
Daly A; Hess S; Dekker T Transtools III: development of a new transport model for Europe � preliminary work on non-linearities and value of time inputs
Daly A; Hess S; Dekker T Sampling of alternatives for spatial choice modelling
Daly A; Hess S; Patruni B; Potoglou D; Rohr C Modelling the role of attitudes in eliciting individuals’ preference across liberty, privacy and security
Daly A; Hess S; Patruni B; Potoglou D; Rohr C Modelling the role of attitudes in eliciting individuals’ preference across liberty, privacy and security
Daly A; Hess S; Polak JW; Hyman G; Rohr C Modelling departure time and mode choice
Daly A; Hess S; Train K Assuring Finite Moments For Willingness To Pay In Random Coefficient Models
Daly AJ; Hess S Simple Approaches for Random Utility Modelling with Panel Data
Daly AJ; Hess S (2010) Simple Approaches for Random Utility Modelling with Panel Data
Daly AJ; Hess S Simple Approaches for Random Utility Modelling with Panel Data
Daly AJ; Hess S (2011) Simple Approaches for Random Utility Modelling with Panel Data
Daly AJ; Hess S; Train KE (2011) Ensuring Finite Moments for Willingness to Pay in Random Coefficient Models
Daly AJ; Hess S; Train KE Ensuring Finite Moments for Willingness to Pay in Random Coefficient Models
Dekker T; Hess S The limits of flexibility in controlling for heterogeneity in mixed multinomial logit models - an argument for using latent class models
Dekker T; Hess S; Brouwer R; Hofkes M Implicitly or explicitly uncertain? An integrated choice and latent variable model to address decision certainty in stated choice experiments
Dumont J; Adler TJ; Hess S; Neafsey WC (2011) Using individual-level parameter estimates to investigate evidence of lexicographic behavior and heterogeneity in information processing strategies. Presented at ICMC
Dumont J; Adler TJ; Hess S; Neafsey WC Using individual-level parameter estimates to investigate evidence of lexicographic behaviour and heterogeneity in information processing strategies
Dumont J; Adler TJ; Hess S; Neafsey WC (2011) Using individual-level parameter estimates to investigate evidence of lexicographic behaviour and heterogeneity in information processing strategies. Presented at ETC
Dumont J; Adler TJ; Hess S; Neafsey WC Using individual-level parameter estimates to investigate evidence of lexicographic behavior and heterogeneity in information processing strategies
Dumont J; Hess S; Daly AJ; Ferdous N The use of the Multiple Discrete Continuous Extreme Value modeling framework when the budget is latent: two consumer package good examples
Gibson V; Hess S; Campbell D; Beharry-Borg N Individual versus intra-household decision making: who really wears the trousers?
Gibson V; Hess S; Campbell D; Beharry-Borg N Individual versus intra-household decision making: who really wears the trousers?
Giergiczny M; Chintakayala P; Dekker T; Hess S Consistency (or lack thereof) between choices in best-worst surveys
Hess A; Axhausen KW Distributional assumptions in the representation of random taste heterogeneity
Hess A; Axhausen KW Distributional assumptions in the representation of random taste heterogeneity
Hess S The Effectiveness of U.K. Speed Camera Programs”
Hess S The Effectiveness of U.K. Speed Camera Programs”
Hess S A model for the joint analysis of airport, airline, and access-mode choice for passengers departing from the San Francisco Bay area
Hess S Mixed Logit modelling of airport choice in the San Francisco Bay area
Hess S An analysis of airport-choice behaviour using the Mixed Multinomial Logit model
Hess S An analysis of airport-choice behaviour using the Mixed Multinomial Logit model
Hess S Understanding airport-choice behaviour
Hess S Understanding airport-choice behaviour
Hess S A model for the joint analysis of airport, airline, and access-mode choice for passengers departing from the San Francisco Bay area
Hess S Mixed Logit modelling of airport choice in the San Francisco Bay area
Hess S Analysing air travel choice behaviour in the Greater London area
Hess S Modelling airport choice in the London area
Hess S Competition between London Airports
Hess S Modelling airport choice in the London area
Hess S Analysing air travel choice behaviour in the Greater London area
Hess S Competition between London Airports
Hess S Posterior analysis of random taste coefficients in air travel choice behaviour modelling
Hess S Modelling the valuation of travel time savings
Hess S Stated preference models for airport and airline choice with conditioning on observed choices
Hess S Posterior analysis of random taste coefficients in air travel choice behaviour modelling
Hess S Stated preference models for airport and airline choice with conditioning on observed choices
Hess S Reference Dependence in SP Air Travel Data
Hess S Modelling the valuation of travel time savings
Hess S Reference Dependence in SP Air Travel Data
Hess S Customising surveys to accommodate heterogeneous information processing strategies
Hess S Customising surveys to accommodate heterogeneous information processing strategies
Hess S; Adler T Experimental Designs for the Real World
Hess S; Adler T Experimental Designs for the Real World
Hess S; Adler T; Polak JW Computing Willingness to pay indicators for air travellers from SP survey data
Hess S; Adler T; Polak JW Computing Willingness to pay indicators for air travellers from SP survey data
Hess S; Axhausen KW; Polak JW Distributional Assumptions in Mixed Logit Models
Hess S; Axhausen KW; Polak JW Distributional Assumptions in Mixed Logit Models
Hess S; Axhausen KW; Polak JW Distributional assumptions in Mixed Logit models
Hess S; Axhausen KW; Polak JW Distributional assumptions in Mixed Logit models
Hess S; Beck M; Chorus C Finding your way out: utility maximisation and regret minimisation in the presence of opt out alternatives
Hess S; Beharry-Borg N Accounting for latent attitudes in an analysis of the willingness to pay for improved water quality by beach visitors in Tobago
Hess S; Beharry-Borg N Accounting for latent attitudes in an analysis of the willingness to pay for improved water quality by beach visitors in Tobago
Hess S; Ben-Akiva M; Gopinath D; Walker J Some developments in latent class modelling
Hess S; Ben-Akiva M; Gopinath D; Walker J Taste heterogeneity, correlation and elasticities in latent class choice models
Hess S; Ben-Akiva M; Gopinath D; Walker J Taste heterogeneity, correlation and elasticities in latent class choice models
Hess S; Ben-Akiva M; Gopinath DA; Walker J Advantages of latent class choice models over continuous mixed logit models
Hess S; Ben-Akiva M; Gopinath DA; Walker J Advantages of latent class choice models over continuous mixed logit models
Hess S; Bierlaire M; Polak JW Development and Application of a Mixed Cross-Nested Logit model
Hess S; Bierlaire M; Polak JW Development and Application of a Mixed Cross-Nested Logit model
Hess S; Bierlaire M; Polak JW Interpretation of counter-intuitively signed value of travel-time saving estimates
Hess S; Bierlaire M; Polak JW Capturing taste heterogeneity and correlation structure with Mixed GEV models
Hess S; Bierlaire M; Polak JW Discrete mixtures of random utility models
Hess S; Bierlaire M; Polak JW Capturing taste heterogeneity and correlation structure with Mixed GEV models
Hess S; Bierlaire M; Polak JW Discrete mixtures of GEV models
Hess S; Bierlaire M; Polak JW Discrete mixtures of random utility models
Hess S; Bierlaire M; Polak JW Discrete mixtures of GEV models
Hess S; Bierlaire M; Polak JW Mixed GEV modelling of mode-choice
Hess S; Bierlaire M; Polak JW Interpretation of counter-intuitively signed value of travel-time saving estimates
Hess S; Bierlaire M; Polak JW Mixed GEV modelling of mode-choice
Hess S; Bierlaire M; Polak JW Discrete Mixture models
Hess S; Bierlaire M; Polak JW Discrete Mixture models
Hess S; Bolduc D; Polak JW Random Covariance Heterogeneity in Discrete Choice Models
Hess S; Bolduc D; Polak JW Random Covariance Heterogeneity in Discrete Choice Models
Hess S; Bolduc D; Polak JW Random Covariance Heterogeneity in Discrete Choice Models
Hess S; Bolduc D; Polak JW Random Covariance Heterogeneity in Discrete Choice Models
Hess S; Bolduc D; Polak JW Random covariance heterogeneity in discrete choice models
Hess S; Bolduc D; Polak JW Random Covariance Heterogeneity in Discrete Choice Models
Hess S; Collins AC; Rose JM Joint modelling of decision process and choice using data from an interactive stated choice survey on air travel behaviour
Hess S; Daly A Calculating errors for measures derived from choice modelling estimates
Hess S; Daly AJ; Dumont J; Sanko N When explanatory variables are unobserved: the example of latent income
Hess S; Daly AJ; Dumont J; Sanko N When Explanatory Variables Are Unobserved: Example of Latent Income
Hess S; Daly AJ; Hensher DA; Adler TJ The role of constants in WTP computation
Hess S; Daly AJ; Hensher DA; Adler TJ (2011) The role of constants in WTP computation
Hess S; Erath A; Axhausen KW Reducing bias in value of time estimates by joint estimation on multiple datasets: a case study in Switzerland
Hess S; Erath A; Axhausen KW Reducing bias in value of time estimates by joint estimation on multiple datasets: a case study in Switzerland
Hess S; Erath A; Axhausen KW Joint Valuation of Travel Time Savings Estimation on Four Separate Swiss Data
Hess S; Fowler M; Adler A A joint model for vehicle type and fuel type
Hess S; Fowler M; Adler A (2010) A joint model for vehicle type and fuel type. Presented at WCTR
Hess S; Fowler M; Adler T; Bahreinian A (2009) A joint model for vehicle type and fuel type. Presented at ETC
Hess S; Giergiczny M; Dumont J Individual-level models vs. random coefficients sample level models: contrasts and mutual benefits
Hess S; Hensher DA Making use of respondent reported processing information to understand attribute importance: a latent variable scaling approach
Hess S; Hensher DA Making Use of Respondent Reported Processing Information to Understand Attribute Importance: Latent Variable Scaling Approach
Hess S; Hensher DA; Daly A Not bored yet: revisiting respondent fatigue in stated choice experiments
Hess S; Hensher DA; Daly A Not bored yet � revisiting respondent fatigue in stated choice experiments
Hess S; Hensher DA; Daly AJ (2012) Not bored yet : revisiting respondent fatigue in stated choice experiments
Hess S; Polak JW An Analysis of the Effects of Speed Limit Enforcement Cameras on Accident Rates
Hess S; Polak JW An alternative method to the scrambled Halton sequence for removing correlation between standard Halton sequences in high dimensions
Hess S; Polak JW An alternative method to the scrambled Halton sequence for removing correlation between standard Halton sequences in high dimensions
Hess S; Polak JW An Analysis of the Effects of Speed Limit Enforcement Cameras on Accident Rates
Hess S; Polak JW Development and application of a model for airport competition in multi-airport regions
Hess S; Polak JW Development and application of a model for airport competition in multi-airport regions
Hess S; Polak JW Recent developments in the area of simulation-based discrete choice models
Hess S; Polak JW Mixed Logit estimation of parking type choice
Hess S; Polak JW An analysis of parking behaviour using discrete choice models calibrated on SP datasets
Hess S; Polak JW Recent developments in the area of simulation-based discrete choice models
Hess S; Polak JW On the use of Discrete Choice Models for Airport Competition with Applications to the San Francisco Bay area Airports
Hess S; Polak JW On the use of Discrete Choice Models for Airport Competition with Applications to the San Francisco Bay area Airports
Hess S; Polak JW An analysis of parking behaviour using discrete choice models calibrated on SP datasets
Hess S; Polak JW Mixed Logit estimation of parking type choice
Hess S; Polak JW Cross-Nested Logit modelling of the combined choice of airport, airline and access-mode
Hess S; Polak JW Cross-Nested Logit modelling of the combined choice of airport, airline and access-mode
Hess S; Polak JW Cross-Nested Logit Modelling of Combined Choice of Airport, Airline, and Access Mode
Hess S; Polak JW Cross-Nested Logit Modelling of Combined Choice of Airport, Airline, and Access Mode
Hess S; Polak JW Modelling air travel choice behaviour in Greater London
Hess S; Polak JW Modelling air travel choice behaviour in Greater London
Hess S; Polak JW; Bierlaire Functional approximations to alternative-specific constants in time-period choice-modelling, Transportation and Traffic Theory: Flow, Dynamics and Human Interaction
Hess S; Polak JW; Bierlaire Functional approximations to alternative-specific constants in time-period choice-modelling, Transportation and Traffic Theory: Flow, Dynamics and Human Interaction
Hess S; Polak JW; Bierlaire M Development of a Mixed Cross-Nested Logit Model with an Application to Mode Choice Modelling
Hess S; Polak JW; Bierlaire M Development of a Mixed Cross-Nested Logit Model with an Application to Mode Choice Modelling
Hess S; Polak JW; Bierlaire M Confounding between substitution patterns and random taste heterogeneity
Hess S; Polak JW; Bierlaire M Confounding between substitution patterns and random taste heterogeneity
Hess S; Polak JW; Daly A; Hyman G Departure Time and Mode Choice
Hess S; Polak JW; Daly A; Hyman G Departure Time and Mode Choice
Hess S; Polak JW; Daly AJ On the performance of shuffled Halton sequences in the estimation of discrete choice models
Hess S; Polak JW; Daly AJ Flexible Substitution Patterns in Models of Mode and Time of Day Choice: New evidence from the UK and the Netherlands
Hess S; Polak JWA; Bierlaire M Confounding between substitution patterns and random taste heterogeneity
Hess S; Polak JWA; Bierlaire M Confounding between substitution patterns and random taste heterogeneity
Hess S; Quddus M; Rieser-Sch ssler N; Daly AJ Developing advanced route choice models for heavy goods vehicles using GPS data
Hess S; Rose J; Polak J (2009) Nontrading, lexicographic and inconsistent behaviour in stated-preference choice 87th Anuual Metting of the Transportation Research Board. Washington DC
Hess S; Rose JM Intra-respondent taste heterogeneity in instantaneous panel data
Hess S; Rose JM A latent class approach to modelling heterogeneous information processing strategies in SP studies
Hess S; Rose JM Obtaining further insights into taste heterogeneity by conditioning on observed choices
Hess S; Rose JM A latent class approach to modelling heterogeneous information processing strategies in SP studies
Hess S; Rose JM Obtaining further insights into taste heterogeneity by conditioning on observed choices
Hess S; Rose JM Intra-respondent Taste Heterogeneity in Instantaneous Panel Surveys
Hess S; Rose JM Intra-respondent Taste Heterogeneity in Instantaneous Panel Surveys
Hess S; Rose JM (2012) Can Scale and Coefficient Heterogeneity Be Separated in Random Coefficients Models? Presented at the Conjoint Analysis in Health Care conference
Hess S; Rose JM (2012) Can Scale and Coefficient Heterogeneity Be Separated in Random Coefficients Models? Presented at the 91st Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board.
Hess S; Rose JM; and Hensher DA Asymmetrical Preference Formation in Willingness to Pay Estimates in Discrete Choice Models
Hess S; Rose JM; Bain S Random scale heterogeneity in discrete choice models
Hess S; Rose JM; Bain S Random scale heterogeneity in discrete choice models
Hess S; Rose JM; Bain S Random Scale Heterogeneity in Discrete Choice Models
Hess S; Rose JM; Polak JW Approaches for dealing with non-trading, lexicographic and inconsistent behaviour in stated choice data
Hess S; Rose JMA; Hensher DA Asymmetrical Preference Formation in Willingness to Pay Estimates in Discrete Choice Models
Hess S; Rose JMA; Hensher DA Asymmetrical Preference Formation in Willingness to Pay Estimates in Discrete Choice Models
Hess S; Rose JMA; Hensher DA Asymmetrical Preference Formation in Willingness to Pay Estimates in Discrete Choice Models
Hess S; Sanko N; Daly AJ; Dumont J A latent variable approach to dealing with missing or inaccurately measured variables: the case of income
Hess S; Shires JD; Bonsall PW (2010) Treatment of Respondent Uncertainty in Stated-Choice Survey for Fare Simplification on Bus Journeys Transportation Research Board 89th Annual Meeting. Washington
Hess S; Stathopoulos A Linking response quality to survey engagement: a combined random scale and latent variable approach
Hess S; Stathopoulos A (2012) Linking response quality to survey engagement: a combined random scale and latent variable approach presented at the 2nd International Choice Modelling Conference.
Hess S; Stathopoulos A Linking response quality to survey engagement: a combined random scale and latent variable approach
Hess S; Stathopoulos A (2012) Linking the decision process to underlying attitudes and perceptions: a latent variable latent class construct. Presented at the 13th International Conference on Travel Behaviour Research.
Hess S; Stathopoulos A Linking the decision process to underlying attitudes and perceptions: a latent variable latent class construct
Hess S; Stathopoulos A (2012) Linking response quality to survey engagement: a combined random scale and latent variable approach presented at the 91st Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board
Hess S; Stathopoulos A Linking the decision process to indicators of real world perceptions in a latent variable latent class approach
Hess S; Stathopoulos A; Campbell D; O Neill V; Caussade S It�s not that I don�t care, I just don�t care very much: confounding between attribute non-attendance and taste heterogeneity
Hess S; Stathopoulos A; Campbell D; O Neill V; Caussade S It�s not that I don�t care, I just don�t care very much: confounding between attribute non-attendance and taste heterogeneity
Hess S; Stathopoulos A; Campbell D; O Neill V; Caussade S It’s not that I don’t care, I just don’t care very much: confounding between attribute non-attendance and taste heterogeneity 92nd Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board
Hess S; Stathopoulos A; Daly AJ (2011) Mixing of Behavioural Processes: Modelling Framework and Four Case Studies
Hess S; Stathopoulos A; Daly AJ Allowing for heterogeneous decision rules in discrete choice models: am approach and four case studies
Hess S; Stathopoulos A; Daly AJ Mixing of Behavioural Processes: Modelling Framework and Four Case Studies
Hess S; Train KE Approximation issues in simulation-based estimation of random coefficients models
Hess S; Train KE Approximation Issues in Simulation-Based Estimation of Random Coefficient Models
Hess S; Train KE Approximation Issues in Simulation-Based Estimation of Random Coefficient Models
Hess S; Train KE; Polak JW On the use of randomly shifted and shuffled uniform vectors in the estimation of a Mixed Logit model for vehicle choice
Hess S; Train KE; Polak JW On the use of randomly shifted and shuffled uniform vectors in the estimation of a Mixed Logit model for vehicle choice
Hess SA; Rose JM Some lessons for working with repeated choice data
Hess SA; Rose JM Some lessons for working with repeated choice data
Hoyos D; Mariel P; Hess S Environmental Value Orientations in Discrete Choice Experiments: A Latent Variables Approach
Johnson D; Matthews B; Hess S; Bielefeldt C (2011) An indirect flight from my local airport or a direct flight from an alternative airport: how does surface access influence the decision?
Jotisankasa A; Hess S; Polak JW On the effects of alternative discretisation strategies in departure time choice modelling
Jotisankasa A; Hess S; Polak JW On the effects of alternative discretisation strategies in departure time choice modelling
Klojgaard M; Hess S Understanding the role of practitioners� and patients� perceptions in treatment choices in the face of limited clinical evidence: A Hybrid Choice Model approach in Health Economics
Mabit S; Caussade S; Hess S Representation of taste heterogeneity in willingness-to-pay indicators: past mistakes, state-of-the-art, and future directions
Mabit S; Caussade S; Hess S Representation of taste heterogeneity in willingness-to-pay indicators: past mistakes, state-of-the-art, and future directions
Mabit S; Hess S; Caussade S Correlation and Willingness-to-Pay Indicators in Transport Demand Modelling
Mariel P; Meyerhof J; Hess S Using a latent variable choice model to capture heterogeneous attitudes and preferences toward the landscape externalities of wind power generation
O Neill V; Hess S; Campbell D I’ll Take the Money and You Can Have the Short Commute: Study of Household-Level Work and Travel Decisions
O Neill VL; Hess S; Campbell D; Hutchinson G Incorporating latent attitudes in analysing food choices
O Neill VL; Hess S; Campbell D; Hutchinson G Incorporating latent attitudes in analysing food choices
Ojeda Cabral M; Batley RP; Hess S (2013) The Value of Travel Time Changes and Three Key Sources of Variation
Orr S; Hess S; Sheldon R Consistency and Fungibility of Monetary Valuations in Transport
Orr S; Hess S; Sheldon R Consistency and Fungibility of Monetary Valuations in Transport
Orr S; Hess S; Sheldon R Consistency and Fungibility of Monetary Valuations in Transport: an empirical analysis of framing and mental accounting effects
Polak JW; Hess S Expected utility and non-expected utility models of risky choice: a new framework and estimation results
Polak JW; Hess S Expected utility and non-expected utility models of risky choice: a new framework and estimation results
Polak JW; Hess S; Liu X Characterising Heterogeneity in Attitudes to Risk in Expected Utility Models of Mode and Departure Time Choice
Rohr C; Daly A; Hess S; Bates J; Polak JW; Hyman G Modelling Time Period Choice: Experience from the UK and the Netherlands
Rohr C; Daly A; Hess S; Bates J; Polak JW; Hyman G Modelling Time Period Choice: Experience from the UK and the Netherlands
Rose JM; Hess S; Bliemer MCJ; Daly A Impact of Varying Number of Repeated Choice Observations on Mixed Multinomial Logit Model
Rose JM; Hess S; Bliemer MCJ; Daly A Impact of Varying Number of Repeated Choice Observations on Mixed Multinomial Logit Model
Rose JM; Hess S; Collins A Impact of Violations of Model Assumptions: Role of Lexicography, Inconsistent Choices, and Changing Preferences in Model Estimation
Rose JM; Hess S; Collins A; Bain S An analysis of the impact of non-compensatory behaviour of logit model estimation
Rose JM; Hess S; Greene WH; Hensher DA Generalized Multinomial Logit Model: Misinterpreting Scale and Preference Heterogeneity in Discrete Choice Models or Untangling the Un-Untanglable?
Rose JM; Hess S; Hensher DA Examination of the respondent reported attribute processing strategies in stated choice experiments constructed from revealed preference data
Rose JM; Hess S; Hensher DA Examination of the respondent reported attribute processing strategies in stated choice experiments constructed from revealed preference data
Rose JM; Hess S; Hensher DA; Greene WH The Generalised Multinomial Logit model: Misinterpreting scale and preference heterogeneity in discrete choice models or untangling the un-untanglable?
Stathopoulos A; Hess S (2010) Modelling multi-attribute reference dependence in a commuting choice experiment: does one size fit all? 90th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board. Washington DC, USA
Stathopoulos A; Hess S Revisiting reference point formation, gains-losses asymmetry and non-linear sensitivity: one size does not fit all!
Stathopoulos A; Hess S Revisiting reference point formation, gains-losses asymmetry and non-linear sensitivity: one size does not fit all!
Vuk G; Bowman J; Daly AJ; Hess S Impact of the household on person travel demand: the notion of family priority time in activity based models
Vuk V; Bowman JL; Hess S; Daly AJ Impact of household time constraints on person travel demand: the notion of family priority time in activity based models
Batley RP, Mackie P, Bates J, Fowkes A, Hess S, de Jong G, Wardman M, Fosgerau M. 2013. UPDATING APPRAISAL VALUES FOR TRAVEL TIME SAVINGS PHASE 1 STUDY. In: UPDATING APPRAISAL VALUES FOR TRAVEL TIME SAVINGS PHASE 1 STUDY.

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